The RBI has arrange the second Regulatory Assessment Authority (RRA 2.0), initially for a interval of 1 yr from Could 01, 2021, with a view to streamline rules and scale back the compliance burden of regulated entities.
Different members of the advisory group are T T Srinivasaraghavan (Former Managing Director and Non-Govt Director, Sundaram Finance), Gautam Thakur (Chairman,Saraswat Co-operative Financial institution), Subir Saha (Group Chief Compliance Officer,
The Reserve Financial institution mentioned the RRA has constituted the advisory group, representing members from regulated entities, together with compliance officers, to help the RRA in attaining the target set forth within the phrases of reference of RRA 2.0.
The group will help the RRA by figuring out areas, rules, pointers, returns which will be rationalised and submit studies periodically to RRA containing the suggestions/recommendations.
To undertake its preparatory work, the advisory group has sought suggestions and recommendations from all regulated entities, business our bodies, and different stakeholders by June 15.
In 1999, the RBI had arrange a Rules Assessment Authority (RRA) for reviewing the rules, circulars, reporting methods, based mostly on the suggestions from the general public, banks, and monetary establishments.